Welcome to my blog. Here you will find information that is both interesting and useless. You can even see how Steve, my camera, sees the world through my eyes, or get your hands on my latest novel, Jihad Joe at:


Thanks for visiting. Hope you enjoyed the coffee and cake. Sorry we ran out of donuts.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Gore has something to sell you

Climate change expert poser, Nobel Peace Prize oxymoron winner and 'gay divorcee'  Al Gore is now making the idiotic claim that the climate 'battle' is just like the fight against slavery and apartheid. What a schmuck.

By the way, have you noticed how many Nobel Peace Prize winners did absolutely nothing to promote peace?

It was bad enough that Gore made millions off a movie  about global warming, using fake statistics and general BS to con the public, and that he sold his crappy TV station to Al Jazeera making millions more, he is now likening the "battle" over climate change (which was once called 'global warming' but that wasn't working out too well for the left) to humanity's greatest struggles such as the battles against slavery, apartheid and nuclear proliferation.

He told this to a gaggle of gullible Australians (disclaimer: not all Australians are gullible) Thursday in another BS speech that people actually paid him to deliver.

In a July 13 speech to the EcoCity World Summit in Melbourne . . . EcoCity World Summit in Melbourne, Gore, the world's first carbon billionaire, said that combating global warming was "in the tradition of all the great moral causes that have improved the circumstances of humanity throughout our history."

He said this after deplaning from his private jet and, like Leonardo DiCaprio and Barack Obama, is one of the biggest carbon footprint polluters on the planet.

In a bowel moving speech Gore said, "The abolition of slavery, woman's suffrage and women's rights, the civil rights movement and the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, the movement to stop the toxic phase of nuclear arms race and more recently the gay rights movement," leaving no identity political group out that might enrich him even more.

This isn't the first time Gore has fantasized an analogy between climate change and civil rights. Perhaps he's trying to make up for the fact that his father, Albert Gore Sr., voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

The Washington Times has an interesting piece on Gore's hypocrisy using the Civil Rights movement as if he owned it.

And of course, the main reason Gore is touring Australia with his climate change charade is because he's having a documentary "An Inconvenient Sequel," the follow-up of his first fake documentary that has been disproven.

Anyone who spends money on that propaganda is being laughed at by Gore all the way to the bank.
Al Gore pondering global warming

Let me be clear: there is evidence of global warming but the United States is already making great efforts to lessen human influence. However, without other nations like China, India and Russia doing their part, the difference is negligible. And moreover, it isn't understood exactly how much human influence is to blame, nor whether humans can reverse the effects.

On a positive note: we have always been able to master the earth's climate with technology. The time it would take for global warming to become a threat, rather than the current lifesaver it is for poor countries, is in the distant future.

For the time being, global warming is a good thing.